There are certain sad scenes in certain movies that stay with you long after the credits role.
In fact, those melancholy moments when you're welling up because it's all too much often lodge in the memory more than the happier scenes. And they can stay with you for the rest of your life.
Like when ET says goodbye or the opening of Up.
So if you needed a good old cry today, this supercut should do the trick and facilitate some tears as it collects together some of the saddest moments ever committed to celluloid.
So grab a fistful of Kleenex and make sure you have some raw onions on hand in case anyone comes along and finds you blubbing at your screen like a kid with a scraped knee.
Because you will be, as it runs through emotional scene after emotional scene, including the two mentioned above, along with Mufasa’s death from The Lion King, Spock's death in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and many *sniff*, many *sniff* more.
I'm not crying, you're crying.
And guys, don't think that all of this tear-jerking is exclusive to those of the female persuasion.
If you don't believe me take a look at this scene from Sleepless in Seattle where Tom Hanks and Victor Garber break down over the end of the classic war film, The Dirty Dozen.